In this Q&A, Senior Portfolio Manager Patricia Ribeiro and Senior Client Portfolio
Manager Nathan Chaudoin discuss why we believe the current market environment
may present opportunities for long-term emerging markets (EM) investors.
Hear directly from our emerging markets equity investment team on performance, portfolio positioning and the market environment.
Is earnings acceleration an underused source of diversification and excess return? See what the new data shows across regions, sectors and factors in different market environments.
As countries emerge from lockdown and vaccinations accelerate, we expect continued improvement in growth in the second half.
Investing for positive impact continues to evolve. It has quickly become a mainstream way to manage risk and uncover opportunities that traditional financial analysis may fail to capture.
Get to know Patricia Ribeiro, head of the American Century Investments emerging markets equity team.
New investment opportunities in emerging markets (EM) are resulting from the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on consumer behavior.
At American Century Investments®, we think impact investing using the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) framework is especially crucial in emerging markets (EM).
Previously, EM policymakers sought to protect their currencies when capital flows suddenly stopped. Now, they are trying to protect growth—at any cost.
Finding value and managing risk in emerging markets debt often means seeking opportunities beyond the constraints of a broad market benchmark.
We believe active managers are well positioned to exploit inherent inefficiencies in emerging markets.
There's a lot of talk about ESG investing. However, few managers have focused on emerging markets—and that's where we see a lot of potential.
Trade war aside, Sr. Portfolio Manager Patricia Ribeiro is still finding opportunities to invest in China. Find out how in her latest quarterly update.
By investing with the intention of helping to advance the Sustainable Development Goals, you can play a critical role in creating a more inclusive society.
The return potential of developing economies is a given. But, the ability to capture it without undue risk is not.
Senior Portfolio Manager Patricia Ribeiro explains how adding small-cap stocks to an emerging markets (EM) allocation may improve returns, provide portfolio diversification and reduce overall portfolio volatility.
Learn why we believe investors may achieve alpha with impact without compromising solid returns.
Learn our take on why emerging markets have demonstrated stronger long-term growth characteristics than developed markets for more than a decade.
Despite the fears gripping emerging markets, we see attractive opportunities for long-term investors.
Our Emerging Markets strategy seeks to invest in companies that are located primarily in emerging markets and demonstrating accelerating growth.
The Emerging Markets Corporate Debt Strategy seeks to add diversification and income to a core fixed income portfolio for investors pursuing reduced duration and minimal local currency risk.
The Emerging Markets Debt Total Return Strategy seeks to deliver most of the upside of emerging markets debt, with 50% - 75% of the risk over a full market cycle.